Mexico’s Torture-Marred Investigation May Not Be Enough To Convict Anyone In Missing 43 Students Case
Some of the 123 suspects may have been tortured into confessing, making it even more difficult to know what really happened.
The people who broke into my home took a framed picture of my children that had been tucked away out of view and put it face down out in the open. This incident occurred as I'm carrying out an investigative reporting project into Mexico's most high-profile human rights crime.
This interview has been translated from Spanish and edited for length and clarity. And those of us in the media had only
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These three cases highlighted vastly different aspects of America's multi-faceted war on drugs. But in all three, it was